Former First Lady Barbara Rush 'in good spirits' despite failing health

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Former First Lady Barbara Rush 'in good spirits' despite failing health

Just a day after the Bush family announced that Barbara Bush was in failing health, her granddaughter described the former first lady as being in "great spirits". "She was 92. A Bush family spokesman said Bush passed away peacefully in her home, surrounded by loved ones". The wife of former President George H.W. Bush instead planned to focus on "comfort care" after consulting with doctors and her loved ones.

After several recent hospitalizations, the former first lady has chose to focus on "comfort care" instead of additional treatment, the family's statement said on Sunday. They visited the traditional sites - museums, ruins and cathedrals - but Barbara Bush also took the twins to a bar and bought them their first martini. Bush had come to read to the kids once a year. On her 90th birthday, Bush sat down with the NBC correspondent and explained why their family calls her "the enforcer". Spokesperson Jim McGrath issued a statement that the former first lady is in comfort care at home. Abigail Adams, wife of John Adams, the nation's second president, was also a mother of the sixth president, John Quincy Adams. "She is the best grandma anybody could of ever had or have". The school opened in 1992, and up until past year, Mrs.

Bush married George H.W. Bush on January 6, 1945. The couple had six children. Bush reacted to the news on social media. Her father, Marvin Pierce, was president of the McCall Corporation, which published the magazines Redbook and Popular Mechanics (both are now Hearst publications).

Bush married her husband on January 6, 1945.

Bush has had a number of health problems over the years and a statement from the office of her husband revealed she will no longer undergo medical treatment for her ailments.

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